Have you ever looked at the internet and thought, Gee, what this thing really needs is more Barack Obama?
If so, today's your lucky day…
On Monday, President Obama is scheduled to sit down in the library of the White House residence for his first interview since his State of the Union address.
In a first-of-its-kind group interview, Mr. Obama will read and watch questions submitted by YouTube users and answer them in a live Webcast. [...]
YouTube, which is owned by Google, will allow people both to submit questions and to vote for their favorite ones, "so we get a stronger signal about what the crowd is interested in," said Steve Grove, the head of news and politics at YouTube and a former reporter for The Boston Globe.
Excellent! I can't wait to hear the president's thoughts about the guy who wrote "A Song for You," late-career Green Day and the Seals half of Seals & Crofts (although the latter could lead to an accidental discussion about politics, if people aren't careful with the context).
Tags: Barack Obama, Internet, YouTube